What we did in November 2015

The Committee met twice in November to review data on new construction versus renovation/expansion. The data makes it clear that new construction provides a better position on the site, a more efficient floor plan, and greater flexibility for future needs. The cost difference is fairly small between the two approaches. Based on this data, the Committee took a provisional vote to support new construction at the current location. We will be giving a project update to the Finance Committee and Capital Planning Committee on December 14th and the Board of Selectmen on December 15th.

Plans are underway to present preliminary designs to residents at two public forums on January 5th, at 2 pm and 7 pm at the Library. We hope you will join us to see the proposal so far and give us your thoughts.